The Visitors From Hell

* Special Note:  This poem is about what happened to me when I was nineteen years old.  My roommate was at work and I was home alone.  I had been doing a Bible Study Group and was reading my Bible in bed.  I must have dozed off when something startled me back awake just as my Bible was slipping from my fingers.  As I grasped it firmly, the sliding doors to my closet at the foot of my bed began to open and I saw three of the most hideous creatures you could ever imagine coming right at me.  The evilness and hatred that emanated from them is something that I will never forget in my entire life.  There are no words adequate enough to describe this experience, any more so than when the Light came to me in my near-death experience 27 years later, but it will give you a feel for what it was like.  

 

 

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5 thoughts on “The Visitors From Hell

  1. What an incredible experience — one of fright yet filled with courage — to remember the necessary declaration of Faith to send them back from whence they came. I pray I never experience the same — but should I — I pray for the mind to declare the necessary words! Thank you for sharing! What a testimony!

    1. Thanks Becca!! I pray you don’t either. I had to do it twice because I apparently didn’t believe enough the first time to make them leave, my fear was stronger them my faith, but the second time it was the other way around 🙂 And you are welcome too!!

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  2. God keep you, Warrior, in the light that can never be quenched. Fear is a terrible thing; we are so small. But as you have said, He did the work that protected us long, long ago.

    1. Maria, Thanks darling lady!! you are, as ever, so sweet and yes He most certainly did!! and He gave us the right to claim His name too in battle!!!! love and hugs, Terri

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